Yes, Individuals Currently Covered by Veterans’ Health Benefits Wil Be Considered Covered under Obamacare. Veterans that are enrolled in TRICARE, Veterans health care program, Spina bifida health care benefits program or the VA Civilian Health and Medical Program (CHAMPVA) are covered under the Affordable Health care act otherwise known as Obamacare.
Veterans receive health benefits in two ways under Obamacare. One way is the integration of the old with the new. The other way is that there is wide spread awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and treatment for it is now much more affordable than it used to be, so Vets are covered.
Individuals that are currently covered under Veterans' Health Benefits are considered "covered" under Obamacare. The healthcare legislation indicates that Veterans' benefits are more than ample to appease the new laws. WIth that in mind, veterans of the Armed Forces won't have to worry about getting more coverage or changing their policy.
Yes, individuals covered by veteran's health benefits will be considered covered under Obamacare, because they already a part of the socialist medicine system. Veteran's health benefits are already prescribed. That is, the government decides what health care you get and how you get it. This is enough to make the government happy, because they wish we were all on this socialist system.
Obamacare has many flaws, and it is something we should all hope crashes and burns, but the few good parts of the US health care system ironically will remain untouched, and this includes the VA. The VA is essentially like the British NHS, and it's ironic our right-wing military loves it so much.
Individuals currently covered by veterans' health benefits will be considered covered under Obamacare, according to this Healthcare.gov post from 2011: "If you are covered by VA health benefits, you are considered covered under the Affordable Care Act.". Assuming this is the truth, this is proof that VA health benefits are covered under the ACA.
Veterans' benefits are under different auspices from the Affordable Care Act. The VA states that the ACA doesn't change the benefits currently received by veterans or their families. However, veterans can enroll in the program if they aren't already covered by insurance. VA insurance meets the standards for having health coverage for 2014.